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live from charlotte north carolina and the democratic national convention. first of all michelle obama is the feet ushed speaker at tonight's opening ceremonies and this is a far different convention than we saw last week in tampa. you're going to see a lot more delegates, about 5500 of them, much more diversity among the delegates here. more latinos than ever before. more african-americans than ever before. and a convention that's much more focused on the issues. no mystery guest either. no mystery guest. no empty chairs. we'll cover it from one end to the other. first, let's take a brief time-out to get the latest latest from lisa ferguson out in los angeles. good morning. >> good morning, everyone. the democrats have a lot to live up to this week after their convention in 2008. and here are a few things to watch out for as the dnc kicks off today. first off this is the democrat's big chance to make their case to american voters and respond to republican's attacks last week. more than 2/3 of people say they
market. it is charlotte or richmond or tampa. presidential campaigns are not even really, listen, and they communicate in the entire state. you can take a look at the public and see where the intensity is with any state and see geographically not only are eight or 10 states going to get the attention, but there are media markets. it is fascinating. >> the other thing is to go to these media markets and a college campus and someplace where you can improve and boost turnout and enthusiasm. >> i wanted to ask you about the demographic makeup of the electorate in november. in 2008, we saw a very different the electorate than we have seen in presidential elections before. knowing what you know about the enthusiasm gap, can you really expect an electorate that looks like it in in 2008? if you could specifically address black turnout. >> the thing that is really driving the change in the composition of the electorate is demographic changes. that is the real story. half of america is on merit. an incredibly -- unmarried. an incredibly big turnout for latino voters. we are looking at any
, next from charlotte, north carolina. >> good morning and welcome to charlotte, north carolina. home of the 2012 democratic national convention. >> martha: this week the democrats kick off their big bash, america's newsroom, live from charlotte, starts, right now. now. ♪ captioning by, closed captioning services, inc. >> 10:00 in charlotte and president obama and mitt romney chasing each other in key battleground states and governor romney holding rallies in cincinnati and florida, yesterday, where he wants to capitalize on the momentum after his party's convention in tampa. we have moved up the road, haven't we? good morning, everybody, welcome to charlotte, north carolina. this will be our home for the next week, i'm bill hemmer, how are you doing, martha. >> martha: good, we are getting settled in, i'm martha mccallum. good morning, everybody, governor romney speaking to big crowds and tapped the president as a failed coach of a struggling team. here's how he said that: >> the president's answer to times like this is -- he said play golf, that is true... but... [laughter]. >> hi
>>megyn: welcome back to the time-warner cable arena in charlotte, north carolina. this is usually a basketball facility. would plays here? the charlotte bobcats. if you want to watch a sports fan, you should not be watching me but you should stay tuned for shepard smith who has made it to charlotte. he is ready to continue programming with you. welcome back. >>shepard: there is no hurricane. have you had a nice time? >>megyn: no one is here. >>shepard: good to see you. the democrats are not the only ones campaigning here this week. we will have details on the speech from the vice presidential nominee, paul ryan, in his key battleground state. with a day until the democratic national convention kicks off, we are learning more about the platform on issues from economy, to abortion, to immigration rights. and across the state of louisiana and the gulf coast, hundreds of thousands are reportedly without power after the complete drenching from the hurricane. we are live in new orleans. it is all coming up, unless breaking news changes everything. this is "studio b" this afternoon. firs
as democrats take their turn and the help charlotte gets to pay for security at democratic national convention. we began with developing news in vallejo police say two officers fired upon to man inside a car early this morning one of the men killed in that car elissa herrington has more on the deceiving item that set off the shooting. >>> one of the men had a pellet gun that police missed it for handgun they shot and killed a 23 year-old man making this the seventh officer involved shooting of the year. the fifth deadly one. >>> i was sleeping and gunshots woke me up >>> more than 30 gunshots fired by to vallejo police officer's bullet holes riddled this ford thunderbird >>> it was here that a scary my kids never experienced this >>> it happened at 430 a.m. when police spotted a parked car with two people inside officers flashed the spotlight is >>> the driver of the vehicle exited the car both officers noticed he had a handgun from his waistband >>> what they thought was a handgun police say the suspects but around and went behind his car >>> they started shooting and again at one point on th
by if you're in the neighborhood. bill: and it is nine here in charlotte. day two of the dnc rolling on. appealing for a second term. the woman who knows president obama best makes her case in prime time. good morning, everybody. welcome back in charlotte. i'm bill hemmer live in "america's newsroom" for the dnc. how are you feeling? martha: i'm feeling great. day 12, whatever it is. we're good. i'm martha maccallum. good morning to you. good morning everybody at home. first lady michelle obama headlines the democratic national convention last night. it was a big night for her. she stood in front of a crowd of faithfuls and basically said that the president needs another four years to finish the job. >> i see the concern in his eyes and i hear the determination in his voice as he tells me, you won't believe what these folks are going through, michelle. it's not right. we've got to keep working to fix this. we have so much more to do. [cheers and applause] [shouting]. bill: so already now we have reaction from the romney team saying in part, quote on the first night of president obama's
>> on your screen is a picture of downtown charlotte, coming into view just shortly will be the time warner cable arena where the democratic national convention will kick off tomorrow, three days of the convention, and of course, gavel to gavel coverage on c-span and c-span.org. and it's also labor day, 2012, the president will be in toledo, ohio, for a uaw picnic. live coverage today on c-span at 12:30 p.m. eastern time of that campaign rally. we, the washington examiner yesterday had this article. obama to try to make case for sticking with him. don't expect president obama to try to reinvent himself this week at the democratic national convention. instead, he and a slew of his defenders will seek to convince voters to stick with the president they know, rather than gamble on someone they don't. a challenging task, tpeufpb that most americans say the country is heading in the wrong direction. that's from the washington examiner this morning, and that's what we're asking you this morning. president obama, 2008 voters, are you sticking with him? yes or no? two hundre
, the road to charlotte. president obama hits the campaign trail, working the crowds and working his way toward the site of this democratic national convention. he begins wheree says it all started, more than four years ago. that would be in iowa, and the republican running mate, the gop running mate keeps up -- running mates keep up their attack on president obama's economic policies, but mitt romney admits his own party let people down when it comes to the deficit. and as visitors start moving into charlotte, some people are forced to move out. we're taking a closer look at a little-known downside to the democratic convention. we want to welcome our viewers in the united states and around the world. i'm wolf blitzer, reporting live from charlotte, the site of the democratic national convention and you're in "the situation room." >>> and we're here in charlotte where the democrats are already gathering for their party's national convention. it starts on tuesday, but this is now becoming the campaign's command center, as democrats work to take back moment from the gop after the republica
of people going to charlotte for the convention. if you want time away from the politics we best spots to visit in the charlotte area. oo >> good morning. it is 21 minutes after the hour. he is reportedly voting for mitt romney in november. that is according to a new article in the new york magazine. his reasons? sources say president obama is defeat it had will help hillary clinton's presidential prospects in 2016. >>> stanford research is going for 200 studies to figure this one out. organic produce more nutritions will be answer the answer they found. no organic food was equal to conventional produce for vitamins and mineral content. >> the democratic national convention bringing 35 thousand people to the convention. here with tips what to do our travel expert and senior editor of travelocity courtney scott. how are you? >> good. nice to see you. >> as folks are going down for the convention they are getting tired of politics they want to take a break this is home to the world's largest man-made white water rafting adventure. >> it is. only 30 minutes outside of charlotte is the whi
has a new bumper. "fox and friends" home of the 2012 election starts right now from charlotte. ♪ >> steve: and the fighting 49ers live in charlotte, north carolina. what a festative day for the dnc. >> brian: gold dusters are here as you can see. 49er basketball band is here. >> gretchen: and the norm the 49er is here. >> brian: they are responsible but when is the first class in college. seven time tim 30. >> gretchen: no. mr. 2: >> brian: i took a seven : 30 class. >> gretchen: we have a jam-packed show for you today. and the band and dancers are going to be there. >> steve: something that happened to you in the conclusion of the rnc showing up to do the friday show and you talked about this? >> brian: a little bit of congestion and i had an opportunity to do the shoot and what is life like to use a jet pack. i had an opportunity. >> steve: or risk congestion? >> brian: and spend four hours. >> gretchen: is that you? >> brian: i spent four hours learning to fly and you will see what life is like above the planet earth. >> steve: was it everything you dreamed. >> br
. >> next at 5:00, two days from the democratic convention in charlotte, vice president joe biden called out the republican ticket. we'll tell you what he had to say about mitt romney and paul ryan. >> we're here to show everybody you know,ç sorry, you closed t schools, look what you missed out on. >> sunnyvale celebrates its 100-year anniversary. they got the band back together. >> we saw temperatures today into the 90s, they are still in the 90s outside right now in many of the inland valleys. tomorrow livermore you'll be seeing more mid 90s. how long the heat will be around. >> decision 2012 t the spotlight shifted to charlotte, north carolina. the site of the democratic national convention where president obama says he will offer what he calls a better path forward. nbc's steve handelsman is in charlotte with the latest. >> reporter: arriving in charlotte for the democratic convention delegates from florida will boost their efforts in the biggest battle ground. >> florida is a tough state. it's going to be down to the wire. >> reporter: >> what is nice about the convention it wraps eve
. again. from charlotte, north carolina, this is the democratic national convention, hope and change 2. captioning sponsored by comedy central ( theme song playing ) ( cheers and applause ) >> jon: hi, everybody. welcome to the "daily show." my name is jon stewart. it is our final night. it is a friday night in charlotte, the end of the presidential convention season. the democrats spent the first two nights of their convention highlighting their very distinct vision of america, where citizens of all races and creed work together to defraud real americans will of their hard-earned-- ( laughter ) sorry about that. uh, help each other succeed together. but after laying out their vision a renewed american spirit, there was one other thing that they wanted to remind people of. >> he promised to bring osama bin laden to justice. done. >> jon: bin laden, dead. niedermayer. dead. yes, the democrats accentuated the non-livingness of bin laden in film. in words, and i guess once they got bored of that, in slogan. >> bin laden sure isn't it heavin. >> ask osama bin laden if he is better off no
gwen: hello and welcome to charlotte, north carolina, the site of next week's democratic national convention. we're here to tell you all you need to know tonight on "washington week." >> the next president of the united states of america, mitt romney. gwen: it's official. the republicans have a ticket. >> now is the moment when we can stand up and say, i'm an american. i make my destiny. we deserve better. my children deserve better. my family deserves better. my country deserves better. >> mitt romney and i know the difference between protecting a program and raiding it. ladies and gentlemen, our nation needs this debate. we want this debate. we will win this debate. [applause] gwen: after a hurricane-shadowed week of soft biography -- >> this man will not fail. this man will not let us down. this man will lift up america. gwen: and tough talk. >> they believe the american people need to be coddled by the government. they believe the american people are content to live the lie with them. they're wrong. gwen: the g.o.p. turns its eye towards the white house and democrats prepare t
from charlotte, as president obama arrives here for this convention, the weather forces a big change of plans. but tonight's main attraction, former president bill clinton. the speech he says has kept him up at night. tonight we'll talk to him exclusively about the stakes, the speech, and the president. >> i'm actually more enthusiastic about him than i was four years ago when i said i thought he was ready to be president. >>> also the first lady on making it work as a mom in the white house. >>> and a major breakthrough being reported from the world of health and science that could change the way we view our health for all time. change the way we view our health for all time. "nightly news" begins now. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good evening. as night two of the democratic convention is now under way, and this has now become the second convention this season to be heavily affected by weather. as you recall, the republicans lost an entire night to that passing hurricane. and now, based on the threat of severe weather here in charlotte tomorrow, the democ
09/07/12 09/07/12 [captioning made possible by democracy now!] >> from charlotte, north carolina, this is "democracy now!" we are breaking with convention: war, peace, and the presidency. we are broadcasting from the democratic-to convention, inside and out. >> we don't think the government can solve all our problems, but we don't think the government is the source of all of our problems. any more than our welfare recipients or corporations or unions or immigrants or gays, or any other group we're told to blame for our troubles. >> president obama accepts the democratic nomination in charlotte, asking voters for four more years. we host a debate on the obama presidency with glen ford of black agenda report and michael eric dyson, professor at georgetown university. >> what is it going to be like under romney and ryan? like that song, if you think you're lonely now, wait until overnight. see how extremely difficult and complicated and nightmarish our future could be. >> all of that and more coming up. this is "democracy now!," democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy go
. there are already protests in downtown charlotte. steve hamilton has a look at the action. >> we are in charlotte, home of this year's national convention. north carolina is a critical battleground in the race for the white house, along with other states like colorado, ohio, and florida. arriving in charlotte for the democratic convention, delegates from florida who -- hope this week boosts their efforts in the battleground states. >> it will be down to the wire. what is nice about the convention is it ramps everybody a. >> it has become kind of an obama-fest. >> college students are in town grateful he kept rates low on still lows. >> we're in this together. >> president obama is crossing battleground states on his way to charlotte. today, colorado talking about his gm and chrysler bailout. >> i bet on american workers and manufacturers. today, the u.s. auto industry has come back. >> he defended obamacare. >> i do not know what the other side is proposing. i guess you could call it romney does not care. >> joe biden was mocking mitt romney and paul ryan. >> these guys say the president is out o
in charlotte, north carolina, where we have major changes going on. organizers today announced they are changing the location of the big speech because the weather is bad. it has been bad for days. they talking about lightning tomorrow. rather than speaking in the open air to 70,000 people at bank of america stadium, the president will address the nation from here, inside the time-warner cable arena. unlike the stadium down the road, this has a roof but it holds 40,000 fewer people. safety is the primary concern. a staffer said, the last thing we want is a stadium full of people with lightning breaking out. and now, james has a preview of the former president clinton's speech. but, first, ed, what do we hair about moving the speech? i bet it cost a lot of money. >>reporter: a lot of reworking of plans. the president just arrived air force one and we told by the aides he is pleased with what first lady michelle obama did last night. they are very disappointed in the campaign and in the white house, that they have to move the venue from the outdoor stadium, holding 65,000 to abou
prepare to descend on charlotte. the president hones his counterattack. >> in just over two months, you will make a choice about which path we take. it will be a smart choice. gwen: as candidates for president prepare for the final stretch. joining me tonight in charlotte, john harwood of cnbc and "the new york times," karen tumulty of washington, d.c., jeff sell eny of "the new york times" and alexis simmon dinger of real clear politics. >> this is a special election 2012 edition of "washington week" with gwen ifill. produced in negotiation with national journal. corporate funding for "washington week" in charlotte, north carolina, is provided by -- >> this rock has never stood still. since 1875 we've been there for our clients through good times and bad. when their needs changed, we were there to meet them. through the years from insurance to investment management, from real estate to retirement solutions, we've developed new ideas for the financial challenges ahead. this rock has never stood still. and that's one thing that will never change. and that's one thing that will never chan
charlotte carolina del norte, comenzamos >>> este es su noticiero univisión edición nocturna con ilia calderón y enrique acevedo ♪. y desde charlotte, maría elena salinas ♪. >>> qué tal, ilia tiene la noche libre, a unas horas que inicie la convención nacional demócrata en charlotte , carolina del norte, el presidente barack obama viajó a louisiana, donde se reunió con trabajadores de emergencia y ofreció ayuda para la reparación de la región tenemos los detalles. >>> el presidente barack obama llegó a louisiana para ver los daños causados por isaac y para mostrarle a los residentes que tiene la situación de recuperación bajo control. >>> estamos aquí para ayudar, dijo el presidente a su llegada, visitó el distrito bautista de saint young, una de las zonas más azotadas >>> quiero agradecer a fema y a las autoridades estatales y locales, porque en el pasado no vimos esta clase de coordinac . >> esto en clara referencia a las críticas que se le hicieron en el pasado al ex presidente george bush, después que el huracán katrina golpeara esa región hace 7 años. >>
? comenamocomenzam >> este es su noticiero univisiÓn con jorge ramos y marÍa elena salinas, desechar lot charlotte. >> ¿quÉ tal? muy buenas noches, desde charlotte, carolina del norte, es dÍa del trabajo y estÁn trabajando horas extras para contrarrestar la leve ventaja que obtuvo el candidato republicano mitt romney despuÉs de su convenciÓn en tampa, ventaja que logrÓ ante los votantes hispanos, el presidente obama enfrenta 3 grandes retos con los hispanos, desempleÓ y otros. como nos dice la corresponsal tendrÁ que lidiar con la pregunta del momento. ¿estÁ usted mejor ahora de lo que estaba hace 4 aÑos? >> adelante blanca. >> ¿quÉ tal? muy buenas noches, aquÍ en el foro de la convenciÓn demÓcrata especÍficamente se estÁ lidiando con luces, sonidos, discursos sobre todo para los ensayos para que todo marche bien en el dÍa de inauguraciÓn, pero hoy dÍa que ha sido celebrado como el dÍa del trabajo y aquÍ en charlotte ha sido aprovechado para salir a las calles para darle la bienvenida a los 10.000 voluntarios. >> en el dÍa del trabajo se cerraron las calles de charlotte pa
moments from now. >>> good day. i'm andrea mitchell live in charlotte. obviously these crowds are here for the democratic national convention. the big headline greeting them today is at dnc begins, romney gains. a new poll today shows that romney is now up by four, outside the margin of error, in a state the president won barely four years ago. joining me now to talk about all of this and the democratic re-election strategy, nancy pelosi. welcome. you obviously have a cheering section here and a lot of happy democrats. the sun is shining and this is a very big day but let's talk about that poll that greeted them today, the headlines in the paper. it is a struggle in north carolina. this is a state after all that passed an amendment to its state constitution against gay rights so you have a conservative state, you have 9.6% unemployment in north carolina. what's the strategy? >> well, the president, obviously the presidential race is about the long run. in this case, we are coming right out of the republican convention where there's a little bump for romney. the race is still a statisti
09/05/12 09/05/12 [captioning made possible by democracy now!] >> from charlotte, north carolina, this is "democracy now!" breaking with convention -- war, peace, and the presidency. we are broadcasting from the democratic nafta convention. >> if a young preacher could lift us to the mountaintop with his courageous dream and proud american can be who they are and boldly stand at the altar with who they love, then surely, surely, we can give everyone in this country a fair chance at that great american dream. michelle obama on the opening of the democratic national convention. we will air excerpts of her speech as well as fair pay advocate lilly ledbetter and san antonio mayor julian castro. then no paper, no fear. 10 undocumented activists are arrested for blocking a street just outside the time warner cable arena. >> fighting for our rights, our rights to work, our rights to be with our families. >> that it is party time. at&t, duke energy and time warner, coca-cola and bank of america. we will look at the corporate sponsorship parties here in charlotte with the sunlight foundat
night's grand finale here in charlotte, north carolina. but we start off as always, let's find out the latest, today's current news update, lisa ferguson out in los angeles. hey, lisa, good morning. >> hi, bill. good morning everyone. bill is still there. most convention goers are packing up and heading home this morning after a rousing and emotional final night at the dnc in charlotte. president obama's speech has a convention hall at full capacity. officials had to turn away hundreds of people. nearly four hours before the president took the podium. it was not exactly the soaring rhetoric we're used to coming from mr. obama but it was effective nonetheless. >> we can give more tax breaks to corporations that ship jobs overseas or we can start rewarding companies that open new plants and train new workers and create new jobs here in the united states of america. >> mr. obama laid out specific goals and proposals for his second term in office. touching on the economy education, medicare, veterans and making a powe
fin saloon in charlotte. we keep finding ourselves in bars at 5:30 in the morning. story of my life. good morning, i'm willie geist. four years ago we were in denver where then-senator obama filled a football stadium with an address of hope and change. this time he'll have a three and a half-year record to defend. 15 electoral votes in the state of north carolina where he won by 14,000 votes in 2008. the last democratic presidential candidate to win this state before barack obama, jimmy carter in 1976. >>> looking ahead to november, a new poll shows the president will have a tough fight here in north carolina if he wants to win again. among likely voters, mitt romney right now leads the race, it's tight, 47-43. good reason now, you can see democrats chose this state to put on their biggest show. one of the first orders of business this afternoon will be to adopt a party platform. which democrats unveiled last night. it echoed president obama's call for higher taxes on wealthier americans, while backing same-sex marriage and abortion rights. the platform says the economy is growing a
to kick off their own convention, their national convention here at charlotte. good morning, everybody. that is where we are. yesterday was a sunday. we move from tampa to charlotte live for the democratic national convention. great town. martha: it is a wonderful town. bill: good week so far. how are you doing. martha: we love charlotte. great to be here. good morning at home, everybody. i'm martha maccallum. as bill was saying congressman ryan will attend a rally in greenville, north carolina. that is a sign the democrats will not get all the headlines this week. the obama campaign aides were all over the sunday shows yesterday. they were asked one way or another are folks better off now than they were four years ago. they all danced around the key question. all accept maryland's governor who is a key speaker at the convention who said this. >> can you honestly say that people are better off today than they were four years ago? >> no. but that's not the question of this election. the question, without a doubt, we are not as well off as we were before george bush brought us the bush j
across this great land of ours again from charlotte, north carolina capitol of the democratic national convention, and day two of the democratic national convention. what a great night last night. julian castro, giving the keynote speech and michelle obama giving the most powerful speech of the night. we'll hear from elizabeth warren and vice president joe biden here tonight. what a difference between here and charlotte, and the lackluster event in tampa last week. we'll have randi weingarten. but first the current tv update from lisa ferguson. >> hi bill. good morning, everyone. the dny continues tonight with a knew round of speakers. elizabeth warren will stand united with president obama in protecting the middle class and take this opportunity to sell herself to voters in massachusetts. of course warren up for the senate seat there against scott brown. and we'll hear from bill clinton, nancy pelosi sandra flock, and planned parenthood presidency seal richards. meanwhile this ad starts out looking like an obamaed a, but it is from the super pac. president obama
between the los angeles convention, boston, denver, and now charlotte, and it felt like it went very smoothly, and it did because there is a lot of security. you need to give yourself extra time did i almost got late for the early show on cbs. it was hard getting in. i am hoping it will go as smoothly as possible, but we will see. in an event that big, with that many moving parts, there is always something that will not go as planned. >> there are a lot of people -- the folks we will see and hear -- connect the dots for us, but casual viewers can take away from the three nights. >> i think it and will see themselves, a cross-section of america. i'm not just saying democrats -- i think americans feel good about that. i think they will see a party -- >> help us interpret what we will be seeing, connect the dots. >> i learned something yesterday i did not know. they ask you, what suit are you wearing, because they what to blend you in right, and i thought they were joking -- >> what suit? >> this is a black one. i have a blue one. when you have to travel like this, you bring two suits a
you tonight on the tv box. the news begins anew, live from charlotte, on day one, of the democratic national convention. today the youngest mayor of a major american city is set to speak here. plus, first lady will take the stage. that will be awesome. there will be a preview. but, first from fox at 3:00 the president making a final campaign stop before he heads to charlotte, north carolina, to accept the democratic nomination. speaking in the battleground state of virginia, the president offered a bit of preview of the prime time speech this thursday night. >> on thursday night i will offer what i believe is a better path forward. a path that will create good jobs and strengthen our middle class and grow our economy. >>shepard: the president has blamed the predecessor for getting the economy in the mess that it is and when a school come reporter asked him to grade the performance he gave himself an incomplete. >> what grade to you give yourself? i would say "incomplete." historically after the big financial crises where a lot of people are dealing with debt or a collapse of the hou
cable arena in charlotte, north carolina-- site of the 2012 democratic national convention. i'm gwen ifill. >> woodruff: and i'm judy woodruff from our skybox overlooking the place where thousands of delegates will gather tomorrow. >> ifill: we begin this holiday with a look at the state of the labor movement, traditionally a critical base of democratic party support. >> woodruff: we preview the week and ask deputy campaign manager stephanie cutter about the obama team's goals. >> ifill: then we examine the challenges ahead for the democrats floor reporter ray suarez talks to pollster andy kohut. >> woodruff: with the festivities here in a southern city, we assess what the party needs to do to win the south in november. >> ifill: and why conventions can be an important organizing tool. hari sreenivasan reports on the effort to win battleground north carolina's 15 electoral votes. >> woodruff: plus gwen and i will be joined here tonight and every night this week for insight and analysis from newshour regulars mark shields and david brooks. >> ifill: that's all ahead on tonight's "news
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